Therapy Through Art
Louder than Words...
It is proven that art and creative expression have an immense positive impact on happiness and health.
Children naturally use art and play to express their feelings. Art creates a space to heal, have fun and supports a new positive outlook.
Art relieves stress, creates balance and boosts confidence. It speaks louder than words.
· For Adults
· The Elderly
· For Children
Going through any of the these?
· High stress
· Mental health disorder
· Learning disability
· Chronic illness
· Personal problems
· Trouble in school or home.
· Anxiety, depression, Bipolar, PTSD
Art therapy is also recommended for children or teens that are having personal problems or trouble in school. Art that has been used as therapy has successfully helped people with anxiety, depression, addictions, PTSD, bipolar disorder, etc.
While therapy and psychotherapy in general have many benefits, the concept of art therapy has proven to be successful in various ways that differ from traditional therapy practice.
Who Benefits from Therapy through Art?
Therapy through Art sets itself apart as a means of therapy by utilizing the creative process of art and having a low barrier to entry (anyone can be creative in some form or another). Art therapy can be especially beneficial to children as younger people are usually less capable and less comfortable expressing themselves via words.
CREATING ARTS vs. ART THERAPY
Anyone can benefit from creating art. Art therapy can be used to improve physical, mental, and emotional well-being.
“Art speaks where words are unable to explain.” – Mathiole